Southeastern Piano Festival Solo Concert, Columbia SC

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Lisa Moore performs a solo concert in the Music Recital Hall, Koger Center for the Arts, University of South Carolina School of Music, Columbia, South Carolina.

“My program focuses on the extraordinary range of some of the most unique, programmatic American and European piano music composed from 1900 to the present day. The Eastern European flourishes of poignant childhood scenes in Janáček’s On an Overgrown Path and Scriabin’s final trilling Insect Sonata are paired with renowned American composers Charles Ives, Philip Glass, Frederic Rzewski, and Martin Bresnick along with the Columbia SC premiere of the young emerging Indiana-based composer-pianist Meadow Bridgham and their dramatic Seventeen Years – the life cycle of a cicada. This musical journey also highlights 150 years since the birth of the radical American composer Charles Ives, and 75 years since the passing of the lyric Czech composer Leoš Jánaček – two exceptionally bold and unique voices.” LM


Leoš Janáček (1854-1928) – On an Overgrown Path (1905-11) 

Our Evenings, A Blown Away Leaf, Come With Us, The Madonna of Frydek, They Chattered Like Swallows, Words Fail, Good Night, Unutterable Anguish, In Tears, The Barn Owl Has Not Flown Away

Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915)  – Sonata no.10 ‘Insects’ (1913)


Charles Ives (1874-1954) – The Alcotts (1909-15) 

Philip Glass (b.1937)  – Etude no.2 (1994) 

Meadow Bridgham (b.1989) – Seventeen Years – the life cycle of a cicada (2021) 

Martin Bresnick (b.1946) – Ishi’s Song (2012) 

Frederic Rzewski (1838-2021) – Piano Piece no.4 (1977) 


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